Why are so many Christian teens walking away from their faith during the college years? Focus on the Family's TrueU video curriculum offers an introduction to apologetics (a defense of belief in God) that aims to help reverse this trend. Featuring Christian worldview experts like Dr. Del Tackett, Dr. Stephen Meyer, Lee Strobel, Dr. Gary Habermas, and more – the series equips students to stand up for their beliefs in the face of a culture that tells them their faith is absurd, obsolete and impractical.
TrueU is a valuable resource for youth groups, college campus clubs, Sunday School classes, home-based small groups, homeschools, and individuals who want to strengthen their faith. The series consists of three sets of videos and study guides: #1 “Does God Exist?”, #2 “Is the Bible Reliable?”, and #3 “Who is Jesus?”(releasing October of 2013).
TrueU is a precursor to the in-depth study presented in Focus on the Family’s The Truth Project® of how to live out a Christian worldview. Those who are interested in TrueU may also enjoy joining a The Truth Project small group. Learn more at TheTruthProject.org.
Who Is Jesus?, number three in the TrueU video series, is a ten-lesson DVD for teens and college students that focuses on the evidence for Jesus himself. Hosted and taught by Del Tackett, from Focus on the Family's The Truth Project, this product can be used as a small group or individual study to give students the confidence to speak about their faith, and to defend the existence and identity of Christ. It features strong historical evidence by demonstrating the validity of the key figures in involved in Jesus' trial and crucifixion, and a compelling argument for His divinity. The lessons delve into topics like: Is Jesus the only way to God?, His birth, life, death and resurrection. Also features other key experts like Lee Strobel, Michael Farris, Gary Habermas, Louis Lapides and Greg Koukl. This video is sure to provide students with Biblical facts and evidence that corroborate Jesus' life and divinity, and equip them to stand strong in their faith when the tough questions come at them.